Has DEP or Georgia Pacific/Koch Industries put up any warning signs near the pollution pipeline that now discharges up to 47 million gallons per day of toxic industrial waste into the St Johns River? People need to know that this 1100′ X 100′ stretch of the river is not safe for human contact or aquatic life. People should not fish, shrimp or collect crabs in this part of the river as it contains unsafe levels of unionized ammonia, dioxin and is chronically toxic. It also receives a fresh dose of dozens of organochlorine chemicals and heavy metals every day. This stretch of the St Johns river has been essentially given to Georgia-Pacific to use as an industrial sewage and it does not meet fishable/swimmable standards under Chapter 62-302.500, F.A.C. Additionally, the river is VERY slow moving and is tidally influenced, so it moves back and forth (up and down river) slowly, so these toxins are building up daily. It could be very dangerous to expose your skin to this water. Please take caution and tell anyone who uses the river in Palatka, FL to avoid contact with the water.